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USELESS

Spring Hill, FL

#2260 Aug 8, 2013
big ' shoot his mouth offs ' posters at it again

shooting mouth off - run for office is better
common core hore

United States

#2262 Aug 9, 2013
Jeb Bush blasted actor Matt Damon on social media for the Hollywood A-lister’s decision to send his own children to a private school after publicly campaigning about the importance of public education.

Here is what Jeb Bush tweeted on Monday:

“Matt Damon Refuses to Enroll Kids in Los Angeles Public Schools. Choice ok for Damon, why not everyone else?”

If this is not proof positive this man is on a mission to destroy the Public School systems of the USA what in the world is it? They are in high gear to destroy public education as we know it!
If the people do not organize in support of those who want to save our public schools this nationally organized Bush effort is going to undermine and destroy the Public School System of America!
huckabee says

United States

#2263 Aug 9, 2013
Mike Huckabee don't seem to like Jeb Bush, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama's Muslim friends!

http://videocafe.crooksandliars.com/david/huc... -

Don't guess Mike Huckabee would be a supporter of Jeb Bush's Guelen Charter School friends huh?

Damn it's about time somebody with enough national attention tells the truth about all these criminals united to destroy the USA!!!!

Problem is if you ain't RIGHT you are LEFT!!

But the truth is they are all the same all in the same sack together just screaming at eachother from both sides while the American people are going broker, losing jobs, homes, and everything theyhave worked for for generations.

Therei is no Democrats and there is no Republicans!

What there is is a bunch of lying theiving criminals stealing everything in their path and putting the greatest nation on earth in the dump and laughing all the way to the Carribean.
Bernard Forand

Cape Coral, FL

#2264 Aug 9, 2013


Gov. Rick Scott on the board of “Enterprise Florida” is considering of giving bonuses up to $630,000 to agency employees and $70,000 to CEO Gray Swoope. Problem with that is the “Enterprise Florida Agency” was set up as partnership between private and public money. Alas the taxpayers picked up to ¾ of the tab for its operations. Now Scott wants Taxpayers to give them a total of $ 700,000 more! Wonder what the Price Of Inequality is?
CEO’s Inequality
Inequality In The USA. Has the highest level among the advanced industrial countries…. Comparing to some, such as Hungary, Belgium and France which have no significant increases to their inequality. Where in as the USA it has been increasing to be more aligned with Iran, Jamaica, Uganda and the Philippines.
GDP does not take into account the measure of inequality. Does not measure the security of its citizens.
All boats rise equally on the rising tide is no longer applicable here in the USA. Example; Presently USA CEO’s have 200 to 1 ratio in income to the average laborer. Japan as one example has a 16 to 1 ratio. Less than 50 years ago USA had a 30 to 1 ratio. This rising inequality has stimulated additional wanna-be’s executives to seek the same. One example can be found in the UK. The UK’s “High Pay Commission” reported that their top executives were approaching Victorian levels. Presently though they are at the levels of the 1920’s as measured for inequality in laborers’ productivity distributions of wealth.
Sweden, UK and additionally some of the Scandinavian nations and some within the European Union have taken steps to nip this inequality of distributions. Restricting CEO’s pay to a ratio of corporations earnings and out law golden parachutes. Bonuses and gifts as well. There is a provision that allows for parts or all to be circumnavigated if the voters agree. That is, not the voters of the corporation boards but all citizens voters. Sweden passed it in 2012 the others are putting it up for debate and or vote by their citizens.
USA…. the thundering sound of republicans sipping their Tea.
Bernard Forand

Cape Coral, FL

#2265 Aug 9, 2013
Save Huckabee ;


And than there are those that can not decipher what is before their eyes and simply rolls them all together and makes a simple conclusion. This is precisely what happens to one who has sipped too much Tea. They morph into an “Anarchist”!
Perhaps if we examine these two parties that huckabee is having problems with in discerning one from the other, we may turn around an Anarchist from the doom that awaits such a one.
A mathematical investigation was produced by the statisticians Pedro Santa Clara and Rossen Valkanov that exposes the superior performance of the stock markets under democrats. That this is but one example of the democrat’s superiority, as there are more.
Their study encompasses 80 years. Study demonstrates systematically and positively surprised by democratic policies. Comparing the stewardship of the two parties. They calculated each economic indicator as an “annual average” during the democrats and republicans of their economic stewardship of their 40 years each. Turns out to be a landslide for democrats providing beneficial returns to the nation. One example; Democrat’s presided over a very respectable average annual compound return of 9.60% during their 40 years where in as republicans averaged a dismal 0.58%.
Consider this; a 401K plan invested in stocks and had a value of $100,000 at the beginning of the 40 years. Democrats would accumulate in compound interest $ 3,912,210 where in as republicans would only produce $126,027 . Another example; “IF” an employee were to invest $5,000 per year into their 401K for 40 years in a democratic stewardship the employee would have $1,985,526 in the bank. Where as the republican would produce a dismal $224,375.
That republicans advocate that they are good for businesses is false as compared to the democrats
Another interesting fact emerges within the statistical study. The income gap between the 99% and the top 1% has widened considerably under republicans. Averaging .49% as compared to the democrat’s .41% That is to say under republicans the income gap in 40 years, widened by 19.6% and narrowed 16.4%. Resulting in a 36% difference.
LOL on debt republicans increased debt by 2.5 times greater than that of the democrats. Republicans $7.1 Trillion vs. the democrats $2.8 Trillion.
GOP’s Self-Proclamation for economic dominance; in fact it is a misnomer to call the GOP a fiscal responsible party and or a smaller government, when in fact the contrary is true.
Obama’s administration indicates he sought the great leaders on these issue. Eccles and FDR, Clinton and O’Neill to do what is most productive for our nation.
Now pass on this one small example of the fallacies of the republican’s erroneous policies and deceptions..

Bernard Forand

Cape Coral, FL

#2266 Aug 9, 2013

Another Stalin in the making?
Here in Florida it is more subdued. Recently Gov. Rick Scott gives us an example of one that was allowed to come to light. Imagine how many have been shaded from the light.
Our Ricky has just opened a door for removing any voters rights to elect their representatives. Try beating that..
Political corruption has once again reared its head in Florida with Gov. Rick Scott. He now claims authority to, at will dismiss what the voters voted for. Transferring a republican legislator that opposed his penal sell off and Rick’s desires on the property insurance issue. Republican Mike Frasno has been removed from his constituents voted legislating official seat to be a tax collector. If the constituents of Frasno desire him to be their legislator they must reelect him, come 2014. Double jeopardy on the voters rights? This should be taken to the Florida supreme court for their ruling as to its legality. With this strategy what are we the voters to anticipate for the future? Governors will merely take opposition to their administration and remove them to some obscured position denying the voters their representatives, that they voted for. That opens the door to all forms of anti democracy corruptive scenarios. Will the President of the U.S. now gather up the Tea members and assign them to some obscured ambassador position. Example; Senator McConnell to be Antarctic ambassador with Senator Rand to the Artic and Senator Ted Cruz to Russia. Then replace them with more favorable representatives to his causes.
Gov. Rick Scott has once again demonstrated why Florida is ranked as number one most politically corrupt.

IT IS A NWO

United States

#2267 Aug 9, 2013
Your analysis of the Dems and the Repubs is old and outdated.
That is like writing a modern book on the surviros of the old family war called THE HATFIELD'S AND THE McCOY'S.
WHAT THE DEMS AND THE REPUBS DONE EVEN 40 YEARS AGO IS OUTDATED!

DEMS = THE COMMUNIST PARTY + OBAMA MUSLIMS

REPUBS = CIA - BUSH MAXZI'S

NO COMPARISONS GOING BACK PAST JOHN F. KENNEDY'S DEMOCRATS

OR RONALD REAGAN'S REPUBLICAN'S

IT IS A NEW WORLD ORDER!
David Harbin

United States

#2268 Aug 9, 2013
Have you seen how Enterprise Florida, Inc. And the Chinese are joined at the hip?
David Harbin

United States

#2269 Aug 9, 2013
And check out Gov. Scott's new moneyman Stephen Ross. THE HUD MAN!
Savior Rick

Crestview, FL

#2270 Aug 9, 2013
Rick Scott is the personification of evil, the Spawn of Satan, the right-hand man of the anti-Christ!
whoops

Spring Hill, FL

#2271 Aug 9, 2013
some, close to dozen, regurgatations by one singular fool in two dozen hours cannot in spite of proxy use make for cool posts

ok fool, me jumping into my pool

you, fool, learn something new or be ruled NOT COOL
David Harbin

United States

#2272 Aug 9, 2013
You give him too much credit.
left out

United States

#2273 Aug 9, 2013
We the white folks got lieft out of tis executive order!!!

http://lakecountygov.info/2013/08/08/solution...

Why???? Diversity!!!! Not Equailty!!!!!

Bad for a nation to be divived by its so called leader!!!
Panamaed

United States

#2275 Aug 9, 2013
More Gov. Scott cronies....Enterprise Florida, Inc.

http://truthabouteducation.wordpress.com/2013...
Wow

United States

#2276 Aug 9, 2013
Uh huh. What he said.
Reprint

United States

#2278 Aug 10, 2013
Legislators ignoring Florida's rampant corruption cost you money
June 04, 2011|By Scott Maxwell, TAKING NAMES
To see how bad political corruption in this state is, look no further than the Tallahassee Democrat.
Not the news pages — though there's plenty of evidence there, too. No, I'm talking about a front-page ad that the FBI took out not long ago.
"Dishonest government officials aren't just wasting your tax dollars," the ad said. "They're betraying your trust. Report public corruption to the FBI."
That's right. Crooked officials are so rampant in Florida, we actually have the feds taking out front-page ads … in the state capital, appropriately enough.
This shouldn't be a surprise. Last year, a grand jury studied Florida's heinous record and found that more than 800 public officials had been convicted during a 10-year period — the highest total in America.
We're talking about everything from bid-rigging to cash payouts.
And that says nothing about all the improprieties we read about that never get prosecuted.
The statewide grand jury had demanded action. It called for major reforms, tougher penalties, greater disclosure and stronger teeth in the state's anti-corruption efforts.
Yet can you guess what legislators did to address this issue last month?
Nothing.
Oh, sure, there were bills filed and reforms proposed. But they all died.
When the Sarasota Herald-Tribune asked Senate President Mike Haridopolos why reform didn't happen, he responded: "I think it should have."
Um, but you're the president of the Senate, Mike. You're kind of in charge. Saying you think it should have passed is like you blaming your bad breath on somebody else not putting a mint in your mouth.
Haridopolos, by the way, was recently admonished by his own Senate for not disclosing his income sources.
Oh, but the blame can be spread far and wide and throughout both political parties.
Reprint

United States

#2279 Aug 10, 2013
Few legislators wanted to crack down on public officials betraying the public trust. And the excuses were downright laughable.
State Sen. Gary Siplin, D-Orlando, argued that if we criminalize more political misdeeds, it might crowd the prisons.(Under that logic, we should probably stop arresting murderers, too.)
State Rep. Chris Smith, D-Fort Lauderdale, argued: "You can't legislate morality." (What's the point of any criminal law, then?)
We even had State Sen. Nancy Detert, R-Venice, argue that legislators needed more free meals and gifts from lobbyists. Whined Detert: "We can't even eat with our own friends if they belong to an organization that employs a lobbyist, and I think that's a problem." (Nancy, you can dine with anyone on God's great, green Earth. You just have to do what most of America does: pay for it yourself!)
The defenses of inaction were almost as widespread as corruption itself.
In South Florida, more than 20 public officials from a dozen local governments have been convicted for everything from taking bribes to money laundering. Three Palm Beach County commissioners were jailed for taking gifts, including $50,000 worth of poker chips.
Former Orlando City Council member Ernest Page is in prison.
Just two days ago, a former South Daytona mayor was charged with accepting bribes.
Multiple legislators have been admonished for ethical breaches. A former House speaker resigned.
Bernard Forand

Cape Coral, FL

#2280 Aug 10, 2013
Reprint wrote:
Legislators ignoring Florida's rampant corruption cost you money
June 04, 2011|By Scott Maxwell, TAKING NAMES
To see how bad political corruption in this state is, look no further than the Tallahassee Democrat.
Not the news pages — though there's plenty of evidence there, too. No, I'm talking about a front-page ad that the FBI took out not long ago.
"Dishonest government officials aren't just wasting your tax dollars," the ad said. "They're betraying your trust. Report public corruption to the FBI."
That's right. Crooked officials are so rampant in Florida, we actually have the feds taking out front-page ads … in the state capital, appropriately enough.
This shouldn't be a surprise. Last year, a grand jury studied Florida's heinous record and found that more than 800 public officials had been convicted during a 10-year period — the highest total in America.
We're talking about everything from bid-rigging to cash payouts.
And that says nothing about all the improprieties we read about that never get prosecuted.
The statewide grand jury had demanded action. It called for major reforms, tougher penalties, greater disclosure and stronger teeth in the state's anti-corruption efforts.
Yet can you guess what legislators did to address this issue last month?
Nothing.
Oh, sure, there were bills filed and reforms proposed. But they all died.
When the Sarasota Herald-Tribune asked Senate President Mike Haridopolos why reform didn't happen, he responded: "I think it should have."
Um, but you're the president of the Senate, Mike. You're kind of in charge. Saying you think it should have passed is like you blaming your bad breath on somebody else not putting a mint in your mouth.
Haridopolos, by the way, was recently admonished by his own Senate for not disclosing his income sources.
Oh, but the blame can be spread far and wide and throughout both political parties.

You almost got it correct. You messed up when you said democrats. Legislation and executive branches are republican dominated.! They have been leading the parade of corruption. And yes we are rated as the #1 most politically corrupt in the nation. Gov .Rick Scott with his band of merry hooligans will strive most piously to retain that infamous title for Florida.
Panamaed

United States

#2282 Aug 10, 2013
In Panama City the Democrats are bought off and in on the scam....they don't even fill all of their delegate seats to water down diversity.

They also met at the failed Peoples First Community Bank....
Bernard Forand

Cape Coral, FL

#2283 Aug 10, 2013
Reprint wrote:
Few legislators wanted to crack down on public officials betraying the public trust. And the excuses were downright laughable.
State Sen. Gary Siplin, D-Orlando, argued that if we criminalize more political misdeeds, it might crowd the prisons.(Under that logic, we should probably stop arresting murderers, too.)
State Rep. Chris Smith, D-Fort Lauderdale, argued: "You can't legislate morality." (What's the point of any criminal law, then?)
We even had State Sen. Nancy Detert, R-Venice, argue that legislators needed more free meals and gifts from lobbyists. Whined Detert: "We can't even eat with our own friends if they belong to an organization that employs a lobbyist, and I think that's a problem." (Nancy, you can dine with anyone on God's great, green Earth. You just have to do what most of America does: pay for it yourself!)
The defenses of inaction were almost as widespread as corruption itself.
In South Florida, more than 20 public officials from a dozen local governments have been convicted for everything from taking bribes to money laundering. Three Palm Beach County commissioners were jailed for taking gifts, including $50,000 worth of poker chips.
Former Orlando City Council member Ernest Page is in prison.
Just two days ago, a former South Daytona mayor was charged with accepting bribes.
Multiple legislators have been admonished for ethical breaches. A former House speaker resigned.


Sen, Gary Siplin was referring to republicans basic deceits, obstructions to voters rights, propaganda, etc. etc.
State Rep. Chris Smith, D-Fort Lauderdale on the difficulty to legislate morality is correct. Observe how much turmoil has and is continuing arouse discourse amongst the various cultures within our nation, on just on simple moral of marriage? Morals are at best an arbitrary cultural beliefs. Traditionalist in nature and slow to change. Government treads on egg shells when they address any moral question. That is for the various philosophers of our time to break it down, to where facts begin to emerge from the mythological realms of our haunting “Beliefs”.

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